Office Space Of The Week: Cassie Pyle

This is the  fourth in the series of office spaces we will feature every Wednesday on Generation Y Working. As a homeworker everybody strives for an excellent working space which breeds productivity. Open windows, comfortable chair, great equipment are all key ingredients to promote an excellent working environment.

Our next featured office space belongs to Cassie Pyle of “The Veda House” and as Cassie describes it is a constant work in progress. I am not sure I agree. The office space seems perfect to me.Cassie is currently working as a digital art director at a global advertising agency by day, freelance designer, amateur photography, Etsy shop owner, and zombie-like blogger by night.

I believe office spaces are best when they display someones personality and Cassie’s space is just that. What I LOVE about the space is the beautiful combination of old and new which surprisingly works amazingly. The Mac computer seems to compliment the retro wood throughout her office space. Even with limited office space Cassie is able to display a personality through personal touches.

Some of my favourite aspects of this office space are the retro lamp and the fantastic graphic displaying ‘Great ideas currently being accepted’. For me this is a web designers haven, a creativity dream and sensational office space. Cassie highlights quite clearly that even with limited space you can create the dream office space. Work in progress? Look’s like work complete to me.

cassie pyle office space



About the author

Ryan Gibson

Hey! I'm a 28 year old digital marketing guy residing in Leeds, England. My skill is in search marketing and I have gathered over 6 years experience of working on large multilingual campaigns for a number of FTSE 250 Organisations. After accepting a role with a business based in Singapore I began questioning traditional business practice and employee retention. This blog was therefore born with focus on Y in the workplace. A millennial child at heart I aim to provide a voice for the 'misunderstood' generation and my goal is simply to change perception and corporate mind set on work/life attitudes; inspiring companies and individuals to seek change.


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